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Articles from American Gunsmith (January 1, 2010)

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Accurizing AR-type rifles and carbines, Part 2: with some basic steps and after market parts, you can easily convert an out-of-the-box AR rifle or carbine into a respectable group-shooter. Adelmann, Steve 2113
Compensators for the M1911. Boyette, Ben Brief article 240
Dakota revolver info. Spadorcio, Jerry Brief article 133
Disassembly and reassembly of the KBI Jericho Pistol: this new version of the Jericho 941 imported by KBI comes in three sizes, three calibers, and two frame styles. All are worked in the same manner. Blood, Chick 1185
Getting started in engraving: engraving is an art form that can add value to your custom guns and spruce up the appearance of less valuable firearms. Here's what you need to know to get started. Ordorica, Ray Viewpoint essay 2697
I don't think so, Arnold. Lawrence, Keith Editorial 502
Making an M1911 trigger shoe that fits: more often than not, a factory 1911 trigger shoe, even an oversized one, will fit too loosely into the frame and have a lot of top-to-bottom or side-to-side play. Here's how to make one that fits properly. Seifert, Roy Viewpoint essay 1123
Misfeeding Stevens 67E. Vining, Wes 368
Misfiring Dragunov. Marion, Ves Brief article 186
Remington Model 341P feeding problem. Sandoz, Dennis Brief article 254
S&W top-break query. Holler, Ed 481
S&W/DCU. Kelley Brief article 291
Universal Arms over/under? Weaver, J.R. Brief article 195
Winchester 370 woes. Weaver, J.R. Brief article 230
Working the Colt Scout single-action revolver: on the surface, the Scout and the Frontier Scout appear to be smaller rimfire versions of the Single Action Army. Internally, however, they are somewhat simplified. Chicoine, David R. 1533
Working the Winchester M100. Langlois, Lucien Brief article 143

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